After four years of construction, Crown Sydney has opened as the city’s newest luxury accommodation and dining precinct.
Made up of the luxurious Crown Towers hotel and an impressive line up of new dining concepts, Crown Sydney is located in the waterfront neighbourhood of Barangaroo, between Darling Harbour and The Rocks.
Rising 275 metres above the bustling Barangaroo Precinct, the new Crown Towers offers unparalleled luxury accommodation in Sydney. With perfectly framed views of Sydney’s skyline, each room’s décor is designed to provide a sophisticated, modern backdrop that captures the essence of the hotel’s unique harbourside setting.
The hotel, which forms the centre of the AU$2.2 billion (US$1.7 billion) 88-storey Chris Wilkinson-designed complex, includes 349 guest rooms, including 22 luxury “villas”.
In addition, the Crown Spa Sydney, designed by Blainey North and spanning 2,000sqm, includes terraces for yoga and meditation, relaxation rooms, vitality pools, experience showers, infrared saunas, and lavish treatment suites.
But this is Sydney, where dining is taken very seriously, the Crown Sydney will be an unparalleled dining destination, with 14 restaurants and bars on-site. These include Woodcut, a concept by award-winning restauranteurs Ross and Sunny Lusted that celebrates Australian produce and cooking with wood, charcoal, and steam; A’Mare, a classic Italian eatery by Sydney chef and restaurateur Alessandro Pavoni; and a Nobu restaurant run by the acclaimed chef’s protege Harold Hurtada.
Other culinary concepts include Silks, which presents regional cuisine from China; Yoshii’s Omakase, a 12-seat fine-dining Japanese restaurant; hotel lobby bar TWR, home to classic cocktails and afternoon teas; open kitchen concept Epicurean; Shanghainese hotspot 88 Noodle; and Teahouse, a sassy and playful take on a traditional Chinese teahouse that will serve bespoke cocktails, an impressive champagne list, specialty teas, and oriental bites.
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